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Robarts Library

Robarts Library is the library of the University of Toronto. It is the second largest university library in North America second only to Harvard's. The library is named after former Ontario Premier[?] John Robarts.

The libraries main building is a large brutalist[?]/futurist concrete structure desgined to look like a peacock. It is considered by many to be a great architectural acheivement, but others consider it hideous.

Robarts Library is home to the Thomas Fisher Rare Books Library[?], which contains a pricelees collection of manuscripts and first editions.

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